Newspaper Page Text
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. S UK DAY-MORNING; JUNE 22, 1919
PAGE ELEVEN SI!iIII!llSI!llHII GIANTS SHOE MIS TIE i ST. Lfl UIS BY ORE DDI SOX BY HLDPIT1 SCORE OF 8 TO 3 i ST. LOUIS. June 21. A wild pitch ly Doak in the eighth scored Young, who liad doubled with the winning run ami New York made it three "Cut of four from St. Louis. Doyle hit the ball ir.'o the ristit field pavilion for a home run in the seventh. Score: New York AB R H PO Uurns If ounj? rf 1'ii.lrher sa . . . Doyle 2 b K:.iiir cf Zimmerman 3b l':iird ?,! fhase lb 4 II. Smith c Causey p . . Totals WASHINGTON', June 21. Oppor tune hitting: at the expense of Faber, coupled with Chicago's misplays Won for Washington. Lynn was spiked in the hand and compelled to retire after relieving Schalk in the fifth. Chicago AB R H Leibold If 5 0 2 E. Collins 2b 4 1 1 Weaver 3b 4 1 2 Jackson rf 4 0 3 Gandil lb 4 0 1 Felsch cf 3 0 0 Ricberg ss 4 0 0 Schalk c 3 0 0 Lynn c 0 0 0 Jerkins c 2 0 0 Faber p 2 1 X Danforfh p 0 0 0 E. Murphy x 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 527 13 1 30 St, Louis AB R II PO 0 0 2 0 J. Smith rf 4 Miller lb 3 Slock 2b ..2 0 Hornsby 3b 2 1 Shotton If 4 0 Mcllenry cf 4 0 La van ss 3 0 Fifchburn z 0 0 Snyder c 4 0 Doak p 3 0 0 14 1 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 5 0 3 3 2 0 8 3 Totals 3fi 8 10 24 11 3 Batted for Danforth In 9th. Washington AB R H PO Totals 29 1 6 27 IS 1 z Itan for Lavan in 9th. Now York 000 000 1102 5 1 St. IMiis 000 001 0001 6 1 Batteries: Causey and E. Smith; Doak and Snyder. Summary: Two base hits, Hornsby, Kauff, ShoUon. Young, Mcllenry; home runs. Doyle; stolen bases. Shot ton, E. Smith; sacrifice hits, Zimmer man; double plays, Burns, Causey and Chase; Zimmerman, Doyle and Chase. Base on balls. Causey C; Doak 5. Judge lb 3 2 1 Foster 3b 2 0 1 Milan cf 4 1 2 Rice rf 4 0 1. B. Murphy If 2 0 0 Gharrity z If 2 1 0 Picnieh 4 1 1 Shanks ss 2 0 0 G rover 2b 2 1 0 Johnson p 2 0 1 PHILADELPHIA 5 CINCINNATI 4 CINCINNATI, June 21. Philadelphia broke its losing streak of 13 straight Karnes. Fisher was hit hard in two in nings, while Packard was effective until the final inning. Cravath's home run in the eighth was the longest hit ever made on the local field. Score: Philadelphia AB R H PO 5 0 0 0 Totals 27 6 7 27 15 7. Batted for Murphy in 6th. Chicago 000 120 0003 10 S Washington 209 022 00X 6 7 4 Batteries: Faber, Danforth and Schalk, Lynn, Jenkins; Johnson and Picnieh. Summary: Two base hits. Judge E. Collins; stolen bases, Judge, Foster, Mi lan.; sacrifice hits, Johnson, Shanks; sacrifice fly Grover; double plays, Ris borg to Gandil; Gandil to Lynn; base ! on balls, Faber 2, Johnson 2, Danforth 1; innings pitched, Faber 4 1-3; Dan forth 3 2-3; hit by pitcher, by Faber 1; Danforth 1. struck out, Johnson 3; Faber 1. Whitted, 2b . Williams, cf Mcusel, If .. Cravath, rf . Luderus, lb . Baird. 3b 4 Sicking, ss Adams, c . . Packard, p Totals . . . 5 8 27 12 ; .35 Cincinati AB R H PO 5 0 2 2 Hath. 2b Dauhcrt. lb 5 0 Groh. Ub 4 0 Jtotish, cf 3 1 .Wale, rf 4 2 Smith, ss 4 1 'ucto, If 3 0 Ilariden. c 4 0 Fisher, p 3 0 King, p 0 0 Allen, z 1 0 Totals 36 4 12 27 13 2 Hatted for Ring in ninth. l!y innings: Philadelphia 020 000 0305 8 0 Cincinnati 000 000 1304 12 2 Batteries: Packard and .Adams; Fisher, Ring and Rariden. Summary Two-base hits: Neale. Three-base hits: Neale, Baird: Home rims: Smith. Meuspl, Cravath. Double plays: Whited to Sicking to Luderus; Packard to Luderus. Base on ball: Fisher 2: Packard 1. Hit by pitcher: Packer 1. Struck out: Fisher 3; Ring 1; Packard 3. innings pitched: Fisher 7 1-3. NEW YORK, 2; CLEVELAND, 1 NEW YORK, June 21. Though, out tit more than two to one,- New York defeated Cleveland in the last game of the series. The Yankees won in the eighth when Graney and Speaker collided in going after Peckinpaugh's long fly and the batter reached second. He took third on Baker's sacrifice and scored on a sir.gle by Lewis. Score: Cleveland AB. R H.PO. A. E. Gianey, If 5 0 I.unte. ss 5 0 Speaker, cf 5 1 Wood, rf 4 0 Gardner, 2b 4 0 Wambsganss, 2b .... 4 0 Johnston, lb 4 0 O'Neill, c 0 '.Tamieson 0 0 Morton, p 3 0 'Nunamaker 1 0 Totals 36 1 10 24 12 New York AB. R. H.PO. A. Vick, rf .... Fickinpaugh, Eaker, 3b . . Lewis, If Pipp, lb .... Pratt, 2b ... Bodie, cf Hannah, c . . Thormahlen, ss BROOKLYN 3 CHICAGO 0 CHICAGO, June 21. Mamaux held Chicago to three scattered hits while Brooklyn bunched hits off Hendrix in the fourth and fifth Innings. Manager Mitchell, of CfSicago re ceived word that he had been sua pended for three days as a result of his ..Hercation with Umpire Quigley day b lore yesterday. Score: Brooklyn 000 210 0003 10 1 Chicago 000 000 000 0 3 2 Batteries: Mamaux and Miller; Mar tin, Hendrix and O'Farrell. PITTSBURG 1 BOSTON 0 PITTSBURG, June 21. Pittsburg t-iiut out Boston for the secondtime in two days. It was a pitcher's battle be tween Adams and Keating. The lat ter's wildness in the fourth Inning lost the game for the visitors when he passed two men with two out, which waa followed by Barbare's single. Score : Boston 000 000 0000 1 0 Pittsburg 000 100 0001 6 0 Batteries: Keating and Tragessor, Adams and Schmidt Totals ....27 2 4 27 18 1 Ran for O'Neill in ninth. Batted for Morton in ninth. By innings Cleveland ?. 000 010 0001 New York 000 100 01 2 Summary: Two-base hits, Johnston 2, Peckinpaugh; home run, Speakef; sacrifice hits, Bodie, Baker; double play, Lunte to Johnston; bases on on balls, off Merton 3, off Thormahlen 3: struck out, by Thormahlen 1, by Morton 4. PHILADELPHIA, 12; DETROIT 5 PHILADELPHIA, June 21. Pound ing the ball to all corners of the lot, Philadelphia defeated Detroit and captured their first series of the sea son. Score: Detroit 020 000 003 5 12 2 Philadelphia 201 040 41' 12 14 a Batteries: Boland Love and Stana ge; Perry and Perkins, ST. LOUIS 3 BOSTON 8 TIE BOSTON, June 21. St. Louis and Boston played a tie of ten innings, tne game being called to allow train connections. Score : St, Louis 003 000 000 0 3 6 , 2 Boston 002 000 001 0 3 7 0 Batteries: Weilman, Schoker arid Severeid; Pennock, Caldwell and Wal ters; McNeil. Spend Your Vacation Where It Is Cool agstaff will Celebrate July 3 and 4 AUSPICES B. P. 0. ELKS $5000 in Cash Prizes and New 8-Cylinder Oldsmobile Given Away Auto Races Horse Races " Broncho Busting Big Indian Dance Base Ball Game Open Air Dance Pavilion Fun For All Don't Fail to Be There The Greatest Celebration Ever Held in Northern Arizona 'iVVte' ' -' '11 rSyish clothes are ready iVt JPfrnA flj 'Ik! -V: for you in the good $L .fjBlfpr lH 1 1SB l ts4ll-wool guaranteed v v 1 1 Copyright 13:9 by Hart Schaffner & Hrx : A sign that a Regiment cheered Just a f ainted sign on the wall of an ancient building in France! "Not much of a thrill in that " you'll say yTET a regiment of American f soldiers, dog-weary from a long hike, dripping wet from an all-day downpour, broke into cheers at sight of it You'd have thought they had come unexpectedly on a Statue of Liberty in Brest That sign represented "God's country" ' a glimpse of home that had gone across the sea to meet them When Hart Schaffner &. Marx placed their signs in the promi nent locations in Brest, Bordeaux, St. Nazaire, Nantes, and the A Hanny Guarantee Guarantees Clothes Insurance The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes other ports of embarkation in France, they hoped the signs would be more than merely mes--sages that let the boys know they'd find Hart Schaffner & Marx, clothes stylish all wool, guaranteed ready for them when they got home The fighting men did see them as more than advertisements too; they gave the boys a little glimpse of "back home" that cheered them on Hart Schaffner &. Marx say that if those signs don't do one other thing than that, they're more, than repaid si HuuiiiiHiiiuuHuii iiiniMMuuMiiiumiMMiiMHuiinwuimmnmitnilLmnilll'VUllUli iiRiDinuninuimmuiuuiuiuuini 0 North Central l....niiinimniiimiullll!inKlim:nmiMllllll!Hllll!mn!linimimimmiiiniiin .. ....itiiiiinitniTmmiinm I n 1 ummi titiimmmuiiiui ituHumuuuiiuiiimiiumit it I i iih lllJllPllUlUUlillUUliiimmuiimmiuumu - - ....... ,., i - f Biimiiuiiui 110 BOXING PARTNERS Republican A. P. Leased Wire J TOLEDO, June 21. Jack Dempsey, matched to meet Jess Willard for the heavyweight championship here July fourth, got back into the full swing of boxing today, after a ten-day lay off, due to a cut over his right eye, and stepped five bristling rounds with Terry Kellar, Sergeant Bill Tate and the Jamaica Kid. The sun-burned Dempsey wore a patch over his damaged eye but puJled it off before boxing two rounc and ripped into his sparring mates to t be delight of the throng. Kellar. JtJt tbe ring with a puffed and bruised y. I Willard confined his workout-te eight rounds. - The champion wa i lenient with his sparring mates. Jack I Heinen, who was knocked out for th i third time yesterday, was unable to i don the bioves because of an injury to ; his neck, caused when his head struck ; the floor of the ring. --sHt i: I "Steamboat" Bill r Scott,' i pounder, took Heinen'a place lor the Qrioket pluU, day. Scott claims the heavyweight championship of the sixth division, A. E. F. Tom Jones, Willard's manager foj more than six years, saw the champion work today for the first time since hi split with him, and was favorably im pressed. MRS. WIGHTMAN GETS TITLE PHILADELPHIA, June 21. Mrs. George Wightman of the Longwood Cricket club, Boston, won the wom en's national lawn tennis singles championship today by defeating Miss Marlon Zinderstein, also of Boston, in the final round of the annual tourna ment at the Philadelphia Cricket club. The score of the match was 6-1; (-2. This Is the fourth time that Mrs. Wightman has won the premier American honors of the women's ten nis circle. In 1909, as Mies Hazel Hotclikiss of California, she gained the championship on the same courts. She repeated her victory in 1910 and 1911. While defeated in the singles, Miss JSinderstein came back strongly in the finals of the doubles with Miss Eleanor Goss of the West Side Tennis club, New Tork, and retained her title as national doubles champion by winning from Mrs. George Wightman and Miss Eannora Sear of the Longwood Jhe cfcimptrina wetai forced to a 9-7; 9-7 score before winning. Miss Zinderstein, with Vincent Rich ards, defeated Miss Florance Ballin and W. T. Tilden, in the mixed doubles title, 2-6; 11-9; 9-6: 6-!. Miss Elizabeth Warren and Miss Penelope Anderson, Country Club -of Virginia, defeated Miss Katherine Lauder and Miss Mary Heaton, Green wich Field club, Connecticut, in the final of the girls doubles champion ship 6-2; 6-. RAY WINS MARATHON distance runner of the Illinois Athlei- , ic club, today won the first annua) ? Chicago Daily News modified mara- I thon of 6 miles on the boulevard ui i time of 35:42:02. ! - o I Lse The Republican Classified Pages J CHICAGO, June 21. Joie Ray, crack for results read for profit. 0G3 0317 gQ3 TOgjj Qrinziv,'&z2 fBrra rtrnr-gtir (5a &&&&&&& f j J M i I i v m s,. ..... . V?